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Description: Beechwood House
Date Listed: 10 June 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 143352
OS Grid Reference: SU2997612355
OS Grid Coordinates: 429977, 112355
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9099, -1.5750
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SU 21 SE
3/4 Beechwood House
Mansion, now subdivided into flats. Early C19, with mid C19 extension of
rear wings. Walls of stucco, plinths, 1st floor band, low parapet with
cornice above a plain frieze. Hipped slate roof. Symmetrical north west
front, with sides set forward in double steps, beneath pediments, of two
storeys 2.2.2 windows. Sashes in reveals. Recessed porch of circular
plan, with 2 pilasters on each side of a plain doorway the front half (with
entablature above a 4 fluted Ionic column) now dismantled, leaving the
stone-flagged base. The north east elevation of the main block is
bow-shaped, with wide central windows of triple sashes: set back to the
rear is a lower wing of plain features. The wing to the rear of the south
east end is L-shaped, with vernacular details.
Listing NGR: SP3090314081
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Source: English Heritage
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